Romania is one of the best places in Europe for birdwatching in terms of its wealth of rare and endangered species and sheer numbers of birds not seen elsewhere on the continent. It is also probably the least explored.
The Danube Delta – some 4000 square kilometers of sandbars, lakes, reed beds, floating islands of vegetation, and forests – is the most spectacular wetland in Europe and houses hundreds of species of birds. In summer, Glossy Ibis, Spoonbill, White Egret, Purple, Night and Squacco Herrons, Little Bittern, White Pelican and Pygmy Cormorant, can all be seen in great numbers. Several interesting species of raptor including White-tailed Eagle, Black Kite and Saker, may be seen along with many forms of warbler, wader and tern.
Besides these species, we can easily observe in the populated areas the following birds: sparrows, swallows, ringdoves, storks, blackbirds, titmouses, woodpeckers, quails, larks, and starlings.
If you are a birder and you’re looking for a new birdwatching location, we can assure you that a Romanian experience in Danube Delta it will be unforgettable. Verada Tour organizers Private Tours for Birdwatching and Photography. We have packages specially made for those lovers of nature and birds, who have made a hobby of this!
45 eur/hour/ group of 2 – 3 persons maximum